Cyprian Nyakundi, the blogger, had earlier tweeted that speaker Justin Muturi was rushed to Mp Shah hospital after he fell sick. It has since been established that he was not true and Kenya's national assembly has refuted the claim.
Though it's an official Twitter account, a communicator from the assembly tweeted that the claim is false and that he is as fit as fiddle. It also added Muturi is currently president over house sitting.
Why would one choose to propel propaganda which doesn't hold? Such characters should be dealt with with the full force of the law.
Justin Muturi was over the last few days has been meeting with leaders from Mount Kenya in a bid to woo them to support his presidential candidature.
Muturi will be battling with political bigwigs like Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto, does he stands a chance to triumph? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
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